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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has been taking a harder look at cargo tank manufacturing, inspection, and repair facilities since January 2015.
The Traffic Injury Research Foundation today released a National Action Plan created by the Canadian Coalition on Distracted Driving (CCDD).
The third annual Women with Drive Summit from Trucking HR Canada was another huge success and the Ontario Trucking Association was thrilled to take part and support the increasingly popular event.
Retail fertilizer prices continued to rise the last two days of February and first three days of March 2017, though at a slower rate than in previous week, according to DTN data.
A number of wildfires across the High Plains have ranch families scrambling to count losses.
Once again, USDA isn't expected to blink in its projections for corn and soybean demand. It's like trying to stare down a cat.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is set to publish in the Federal Register a document that starts the process of reviewing the waters of the United States, or WOTUS, rule.
U.S. exports of ethanol totaled 121.8 million gallons in January, up 40% from a year ago, according to USDA. Meanwhile, U.S. exports of biodiesel were up 2% from a year ago, and U.S. distillers grain exports were up 17% from a year ago.
Track interest rate trends in benchmark rates, farm mortgages, operating credit, farm machinery and feeder loans, based on DTN sources and Federal Reserve surveys of ag banks.
Put in some time during the winter to get your workhorses ready for spring.
The Propane Education and Research Council has partnered with three agricultural companies to develop new fuel-efficient grain drying technologies that could help farmers save money.
Many of the same companies that supply U.S. crop inputs also serve the Chinese food and agriculture sector, but it's still a challenging market.
PARIS (AP) -- France's foreign minister says sanctions on Russia cannot be lifted until there is progress in Ukraine.
World stock markets fell Thursday after news of a big buildup in U.S. oil stockpiles depressed crude prices and shares of energy companies.
On Feb. 23, USDA said that farmers will likely increase planted soybean acres by 5.5% to 88 million acres and cut corn planting by 4.3% to 90 million acres. However, there are many farmers who don't think that acres will increase by as much as USDA's estimates.
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